Visit Scotland on your holidays and if you're heading to the south west of the country, you could stay at Cairnryan Caravan Park.
This family friendly holiday destination has a collection of luxurious holiday homes for hire, while guests that stay at the park and fall in love with the area can even become a permanent holiday home owner, depending on availability.
All of the holiday homes found at Cairnryan Caravan Park are fitted with the latest modern appliances and conveniences, ensuring that guests enjoy the maximum level of comfort when holidaying here.
There is plenty to do around the site, with a swimming pool, a children’s playground and an indoor bowling facility among the most popular attractions at the park. An indoor soft play area is ideal for younger children, while there are also open spaces galore where families can enjoy ball games and other activities. A games room with a pool table, sofas and a video game console is ideal for teenagers to gather and enjoy some time away from younger siblings or parents during their stay.
The Ferry Boat is the on-site entertainment complex where guests can enjoy food and drink as well as a game of pool or darts, as well as live entertainment that is provided most evenings. Children’s entertainment is also provided to ensure all guests are catered for. A separate Sports Bar area within The Ferry Boat shows football and other sporting events live.
This part of Scotland is renowned for its unusual climate, which sees Dumfries and Galloway enjoying warmer temperatures than most of Scotland and indeed other parts of the United Kingdom. As such, outdoor activities are always popular.
The region is well known for its walking and cycling trails, with coastal paths and countryside routes offering breathtaking views and opportunities for wildlife spotting and bird watching.
Fishing and golf are two of the pursuits that regularly attract tourists to Scotland, and both are here in abundance. Fishing can be enjoyed in many of the local streams and rivers as well as on Loch Ryan, while those heading to Portpatrick, about half an hour away on the far west coast, might even find a local fisherman happy to take them out to sea for an experience to remember.
There are six high quality golf courses within an hour's drive of the park, with many more available to guests happy to drive a little further.
Guests preferring to discover town community life on their caravan holidays in Scotland should make Stranraer the focal point of their stay. It is about a 10-minute drive from this caravan park, sitting on the southernmost shores of Loch Ryan. With a diverse mix of local businesses and modern popular chain stores, bars and restaurants, Stranraer has something for everyone, whether guests be seeking culture or entertainment and leisure facilities. Dumfries is rather further away, just over an hour and a half by car from this caravan park.
Adventurous tourists will find the ferry terminal a five-minute walk from the park, with ferries operating to Larne and Belfast in Northern Ireland on a daily basis.
The local area has a number of fine bowling greens and golf courses. Turnberry is only 30 miles away. For walkers, the start of the Southern Upland Way starts in nearby Port Patrick, and for anglers there is some fine sea angling (conger eel etc.) and freshwater fishing (salmon and trout).
Day trips to Ireland are very popular. P&O run from Cairnryan to Larne, and Stenna Sealink run from Stranraer to Larne.
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